It is always a challenge to get everything into my car for Gen Con. I often think I have brought too little until I try to fit it all in. This time around it was going really smoothly... until the end, where it all went horribly wrong. But it all fit.
I had planned to head to Gen Con, but I was persuaded to go in another route thanks to some extremely powerful marketing.
It would not be a drive to Gen Con without a gratuitous image of the rocket...
...and the dinosaur along the road. I think this was my best image yet of each of them.
Indianapolis was CRAZY busy. This image does not even come close to showing just how much traffic, both on the streets and sidewalks, there was. For as many people as there were, everyone for the most part was well behaved and organized.
The booth came together extremely quickly this year.
It would have been even quicker if I wasn't talking to everyone around me and catching up.
In reality, more and more each year to becomes clear to me that I am at Gen Con to see my art family more than to promote myself as an artist.
A look from the 12th floor of our hotel of the convention center.
Another look at the surroundings. This area is quickly becoming our home base in Indianapolis.
That is all for another exciting Wednesday on the blog, see you back here tomorrow for more Gen Con coverage! Until then...
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